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Editor in Chief: Karna Dev Bardhan

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ISSN: 1179-9161

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I’m Not Sure What Bothers Me in This Chest X-Ray But an HRCT May Help?
Rajendra Prasad Takhar, Ratan Kumar, Moti Lal Bunkar, Mahendra Pratap Singh, Kuldeep Gupta and Rakesh Biswas
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2016:7 1-3
Case report | Published on 13 Jan 2016

Fungal Partial Transverse Myelitis of the Cervical Spine in an Immunocompetent Individual: A Case Report
Ganesh Kasinathan
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2015:6 1-4
Case report | Published on 03 Feb 2015

Morbidity Pattern and Outcome of Patients Admitted into a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit in India
Blessing I. Abhulimhen-Iyoha, Suneel Kumar Pooboni and Nanda Kishore Kumar Vuppali
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2014:5 1-5
Original Research | Published on 28 Aug 2014

Monoclonal Antibodies: A Tool in Clinical Research
Waliza Ansar and Shyamasree Ghosh
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2013:4 9-21
Consise Review | Published on 22 Jul 2013

Mantle Cell Lymphoma: A Report of a Case with a Blend of Atypical Features
Firyal A. Ibrahim, Halima El Omri, Ruba Y. Taha, Ibrahim Al Hijji, Mohamad ElKhalifa and Ahmad Al Sabbagh
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2013:4 1-7
Case report | Published on 03 Mar 2013

Study of Glasgow Coma Scale Score and QTc Interval in Prognosis of Organophosphate Compound Poisoning
Archana Deshpande, Nitin Gaikwad and Sanjay Deshpande
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2012:3 25-31
Original Research | Published on 03 Dec 2012

Need to Increase Awareness Among Urologists Regarding the Possible Association Between Pioglitazone and Bladder Cancer
Sundaramoorthy Chandru, Vijay Venkatraman Janarthanan and Viswanathan Mohan
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2012:3 21-23
Letter to Editor | Published on 08 Nov 2012

Myocarditis Complicating Pregnancy in Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever
Koshy J.M. and John M.
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2012:3 17-20
Case report | Published on 06 Nov 2012

COPD Exacerbations: Clinical Management Options
Unnati Desai, Dipti Gothi and Jyotsna M. Joshi
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2012:3 1-15
Review | Published on 24 Jan 2012

Clinical Perspective on the Management of Hypertension
Muzaffar Iqbal
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2011:2 1-17
Review | Published on 20 Mar 2011 | Highly accessed (previous month)

Built Environment Factors, Psychosocial Factors and Diabetes Mellitus: A South Indian Study
Gumpeny R Sridhar, Pasala Sudhir Kumar, Putcha Venkata, Appa Rao Allam, Vijay Kishore Durai, Madhu Kosuri, Manda R Narasinga Rao, V.K. Kumar, Zibin Jiang and Gumpeny Lakshmi
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2010:1 15-22
Original Research | Published on 18 Oct 2010

Metformin and N-acetyl Cysteine in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome—A Comparative Study
Kar Gayatri, Jena Saubhagya Kumar and Behera Basanta Kumar
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2010:1 7-13

Original Research | Published on 09 Jul 2010

Non-small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) Presenting as Isolated Facial Nerve Palsy from Metastasis to Temporal Bone: A Report Discussing Unique Presentation and Evolution with Diagnostic and Management Dilemmas
Manpreet Singh Tiwana, Shrinivas Rathod, Tejpal Gupta and Jai Prakash Agarwal
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine 2010:1 3-6
Case Report | Published on 20 May 2010

Introductory Editorial
Karna Dev Bardhan
Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2010, 1-2
Editorial | Published on 10 Feb 2010

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